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Cavity Wall Insulation And Saving Energy

Are your cavity walls insulated?

If not then this is something that really does demand considerable thought and attention.

This is because one of the major ways of leaking energy in the form of heat out of a building is through the caivty walls.

If you insulate them then you can save a lot of that heat escaping, and the end result is that you need to use up a lot less heat to keep the property at the required temperature.

How does this translate into money? Well according to the energy saving trust it means that you could save up to 115 a year on your energy bills, if you were to insulate your cavity walls.

So that means you can get the best of both worlds: a more efficient home and the savings that brings, and also be more environmentally friendly by reducing your energy usage as a result.

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